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I loved learning, it was school I hated. I used to cut school to go learn something.
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Aldrich Coal Mine Museum
Housed in the "Company Store" of the former Montevallo Coal Mining Company in Aldrich, Alabama and Historic Farrington Hall. See and learn of local history as well as the coal mining industry as it was back then...See the only monument in Alabama dedicated to all coal miners!
Mobile Medical Museum
Founded in 1962 in cooperation with the Medical Society of Mobile County, the Museum houses the largest collection of medical artifacts in the Southeast. Two hundred years of medical heritage are reflected in documents and photographs including Alabama's first Medical College (1859). Extensive collection of instruments, equipment, photographs, teaching materials and authentic letters which portray medical practice from the early 1700s and medical education since the 1800s.
Jewish Home-Schooling
This articles details many of the reasons Jewish families choose to educated their children at home, including being able to teach the Torah in the context of daily life, for religious reasons, and concerns over the academic and social quality of schools.
5 Tips for Homeschooling a Large Family
Great ideas and strategies for managing a large homeschooling family.
Reading Your Way Through History
The Reading Your Way Through History website is a timeline of worthwhile history reading in print. It covers history from the ancient world through the 20th century. This list was compiled with a Catholic viewpoint.

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